This fine specimen is an American-made Peavey Predator. It’s a project guitar for an obvious reason: The only parts it has are a nut, bridge, Schaller Straplocks, and the neck-plate and screws.
The neck is in good shape – maple on maple with a painted back headstock. There are no tuning machines, but like most strat-copies, this will take an in-line set – The set-screw holes look like they’re spaced for Gotoh-style tuners. The Neck features a micro-adjustment.
The American-made body is a well-aged white. The electronics cavities have already been shielded and a ground-wire is run and ready to take the electronics of your choice! Bridge is a black Wilkinson Tremolo that is hard-sprung, but would work as a trem with very little adjustment (read: Pull a couple springs!).
This is ready to be a great player with a little time and your favorite parts.